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REPORT (No. I) ON THE COALFIELDS OF VICTORIA, GOVERNMENT EXAMINER OF COALFIELDS, NEW SOUTH WALES, To the Honourable Angus Mackay, M.P., Minister for Mines. Melbourne, 28th July, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

REPORT (No. i) ON THE COALFIELDS OF VICTORIA, BY JOHN MACKENZIE, F.G.S., GOVEENMENT EXAMINEE OF COALFIELDS, NEW SOUTH WALES, To the Honourable Angus Mackay, M.P., Mittäter for Mines. Melbourne, 28th July, 1873. ' In accordance with your request j and -with the permission of the Honourable the Minister for Lands, I have visited and examined the coal and strata at The Bass, Griffith's Point, Blue Mountains, Sandy Waterholes, Kilcunda, Cape Patterson, Stre lezki near Anderson's Inlet, Stockyard Creek at Corner Inlet, Traralgon, and Crossover. I have now the honour to submit the following Report thereon. THE BASS. A Bhaft has been sunk on the river bank {see A on map), and some coal said to have been found in it, but owing to its being half full of water I was unable to see the strata sunk through. . I examined both sides of the river near the shaft, and could observe no trace of coal. Several days rain prevented my seeing the rock in the bed of the creek, where Mr. Krausé informed me t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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SOME OF THE WEALTH IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

SOME OF THE WEALTH IN ISTEW SOUTH WALES, WALLERAWANG-AND MR. C. MITCHELL'S COAL MINE AND PROPERTY. : - r-THE (j-REAT-WESTERN IROH AND COAL MIKE, THE PROPERTY OF MESSRS. WATKIN, WINTERS, AND OTHERS. _ BATHGATE-KEROSENE LAND, THE PROPERTY OF DR. MACKENZIE. [ ~" ESKBANK COLLIERY, NEAR BOWENFELS, THE PROPERTY OF MR. T. BROWN, M.L.A.

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SECTION TWO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

SECTION TWO. General Section of the Goal Measures in the Blue Mountain, Sandy Water Holes, and \ Kilcunda District, placed in their order of superposition. Soft yellow sandstone, 10 ft. friable shale, makes a had roof ; No. I-1 ft. 8 in. coal, 1 ft. 5 in. at Blue Mountains, and 1 ft. 8 in. to 2 ft. at Kilcunda, then 3 in. indurated clay, 1300 ft. of conglomerates, sandstones, I and shales, containing drifted pieces of fossil wood, junks and streaks of coal and carbon- aceous matter, probably from 1200 ft. to I 1500 ft. in thickness, judging from the ex posed cliff sections examined between Kil- cunda and Sandy Water Holes ; * then 6 in. v good coal, 5 ft. ll in. friable shale with iron stone band, 3 in. coal and shale, 8 in. friable shale, 4 in. inferior coal ; No. Il-ll io. good coal, 1 in. inferior coal, 6 ft. friable blue shale ; No. III-1£ in. inferior coal, 1 ft. li in. good coal, 1 in. indurated clay, 2 in. coal, 2 in. indurated clay, 2 in. coal, C in. indurated clay, 1 in. co...

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SECTION THREE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

'SECTION THREE. [Vertical Sections placed in juxtaposition, for the purpose of illustrating that the seams of coal proved in three different places at Cape Patterson, are only the outcrops of the same seams of coal ; and that those at Sandy Water Holes are identical with the Cape Patterson Hock and Queen veins.] Section taken at K on jJlan al Cape Patter' son, I mile from I. Sandstone with drifted fossil wood, 8 in. coal and stone, 3 ft. 6 in. shale and rock, 64 in. coal, 1 in. indurated clay, 54 in. coal, 7 ft. rock and shale ; then HOCK VEIN, 1 ft 3 in. coal, 4 in. indurated clay, 5 in. coal, 34 in. shale band, 3 in. coal, 8 ft. to 9 ft. shale. Section taken at I on plan al Gape Patterson £ mile from K. Yellow sandstone with drifted fossil wood,.. 5 in. ironstone band, 5 ft. shale, 3 in. coal, 5 in. indurated clay, 7 ft. 6 in. shale ; ROCK VEIN, 1 ft. 4 in. to 1 ft. ll in. coal, 2 in. in- durated clay, 6 in. coal, 1 in. shale band, 6 in. coal, 3 ft. shale and sandstone, 4 in. in- ...

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(For Report No. 1, plans, and diagrams, see pages 20 and 21.) REPORT No. 2. To the Honourable Angus Mackay, M.P., Minister for Mines. Melbourne, 19th August, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

(For Report 2fo. 1, plans, and diagrams, see pages 20 and 21.) REPOET No. 2. I To the Honourable Angus Mackay, M.P., Minister for Mines. Melbourne, 19th August, 1873. SIB, te.1- I have the honour to submit my Report upon the Coal and Lignite you desired me to examine in the Crossover, Barrabool Hills, Winchelsea, and Loutit Bay Districts. CROSSOVER, LIGNITE DEPOSIT. Tn my previous Report I mentioned that, owing to an accident, I was unable to examine two other alleged discoveries in this locality, and before expressing any opinion I thought it advisable to have measurements and samples sent me from all the different places, the alleged discoveries being represented as of a much superior quality to that being worked in thè drive I inspected. After putting on men for a fortnight to procure specimens, I have only received some from the original drive. j No reference being made to the new ground, I am inclined to think that its productions are either inferior in quality, or that no lig-...

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MESSRS. FITZGERALD AND COLLINS' COACH-BUILDING ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

MESSRS. FITZGERALD AND COLLINS' COACH-BUILDING ESTABLISHMENT. A BDSY scene is presented on visiting the factory o£ the above firm, which is situated in Castlereagh-street, Sydney, near St. George's Church. The operations, conuected with carriage-building, are so various that a number of different departments have to be kept employed on the same premises, and hence we find forges for the workers in metal-the joinery-shops with the body- builders, wheelwrights, &c, and, in other apartments, the painters and trimmers. Only the more elaborate kind of' carriage work is carried on at the establishment of Messrs. Fitzgerald and Collins, unless special orders are given, for spring-carts, waggonettes, and other kind of cart-work. It was by this firm that the handsome " drag" for Sir Her- cules Robinson was constructed, fully des- cribed in another paragraph. An elegant C-spring Queen's Phaeton was also recently turned out to the order of Mr. Holdsworth, jun., of this city. In the pla...

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HORSE SHOEING. [The following extract is useful—both for information and instruction.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

HOBSE SHOEING. [The following extract is useful-both for information and instruction.] " THE subject of shoeing is one of great importance, whether the comfort of the ani- mal or our own interests be considered. To the humane individual, what can open up a wider held for the exercising of bene- volence than rescuing thousands of noble animals from torture, which, day and night, at work or at rest, embitters every moment of their existence, and frequently brings them to a premature and violent death. " The invention of horse-shoeing may be placed about the fifth or sixth century be- fore the Christian era, the object of shoeing being to preserve the horse's feet from un- due wear, to afford necessary protection, to prevent slipping on greasy roads and paved streets, with the least possible interference with the structure and functions of the feet. It may also be made to remedy many of the diseases and defects of the feet and legs. "The correct principles of shoeing, not- withstanding...

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THE VICTORIA NATIONAL SOCIETY'S ENTIRE HORSE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

THE VICTORIA NATIONAL SOCIETY'S ENTIRE HORSE SHOW. I JUTHERTO the annual show of entire horses, established some seventeen or eighteen years ago by Mr. M'Caw, has been held in the crowded thoroughfare of Bourke-street west. Of late years, however, it has been felt that the place was nob exactly suitableforenabling intending purchasers to form a correct esti- mate of the various animals paraded. .With the view of affording more ample means for careful and leisurely inspection, the National Agricultural Society, with the concurrence of Messrs. M'Culloch, Campbell, and Co., arranged for holdiug the show and awarding prizes at the society's yards, on the St. Kilda road. The first of these shows was held on 18th August, and proved for a commencement successful. The National Society made a start with thirty-nine entries, and of these the judges pronounced " the heavy draught horses on the whole first-class, and worthy of any show." The day's proceedings com- menced with the thoroughbreds....

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ORANGE-GROWING IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

ORANGE-GROWING IN CALIFORNIA. Los ANGELOS is, at present, the centre of orange culture in this State. The tree grows well in all Southern California wherever water can be had for irrigation. It does best nearest the mountains, among the foot-hills, probably because it there gets a more uniform temperature ; and I think I have noticed in orchards at Los Angelos,' San Gabriel, and near San Bernardino that it is grateful for such protection as house, outbuildings, or edges give it from severe winds. At Los Angelos the frosts are sometimes severe enough to nip the tender leaves of the young plants, and on the plain near San Bernardino I found that year-old plants Were protected with some slight covering during the past winter, which everybody tells me has been uncommonly hard. Sixty orange-trees are commonly planted to the acre. They may be safely transplanted at three or even four years, if care is used to keep the air from the roots. They grow from seed, and it is believed in Californ...

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HOLE AND CORNER LIFE IN SYDNEY. —No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

HOLE AND COMM LIFE IN SYDNEY. -No. 2. WE concluded our last article by speaking pf the Hole and Corner dens in which some of«fthe poverty and vice of! Sydney takes refuge. We may commence this' paper ' by alluding to a still more wretched phase of lodger-life-the existence of those who are homeless. Many there are, in this fair city, who cannot afford even the doubtful luxury of> a "sixpenny bed"-who traverse the noisome lanes, and sigh in vain for a night's HOMELESS ! rest in some one of the tumbledown habita- tions, whose dirty and broken panes shed forth misty gleams of light. To such wan- derers nothing is left but to "camp out," and thus to put themselves in a position to sing with truth, if not with comfort, "my lodging is on the cold ground." The cavern- ous rocks, in the vicinity of Mrs. Macquarie's Chair, afford dry, if stony, accommodation to these " Domain squatters," as they are aptly termed. Here, in some snug rocky hollow, worn in the yielding sandstone by wind and ...

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A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

A WARNING. RABBITS.-A letter, dated August 30, from Eudunda, on the Murray flats, to the Kapunda Herald, says: "The crops are looking splendid, and so far appearances show that there is every prospect of a really good har- vest. But one enemy several farmers are in great fear of-that is the rabbits, which are becoming so numerous that if something is not done soon it will be difficult to get rid of them. It is feared here that as soon as the grass begins to dry they will attack the crops, and destroy hundreds of acres." A GREENHOUSE OF ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. Forty-one of the leading artificial flower makers of Paris have combined to send to the Vienna Exhibition a specimen of their united skill which shall prove incontestably that the capital of France still reigns supreme in the matter of artificial flower manufacture. This patriotic contribution consists of a com- plete greenhouse, lilied with flowers of every description, perfectly imitated. In it are hyacinths, the illusion of whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

MR GEORGE WATTS, foreman to P. N. Russell and Co., Sydney, writes: "August 19, 1873. Dr. Moore, dear Sir,-It is two yeaw ago since your Household Remedy Ointment was first introduced to this establishment. I have much pleasure in stating that it has been used by large numbers of our workmen who have been so unfortunate as to burn, cut, or bruise themselviis, and have rejoiced that such a remedy was at hand It has indeed proved a blessing to all who have used it, and in uo case have I everheard of it failing to effect a speedy cure ; there- fore I can strongly recommend it to all such works as these ; in fact, no workshop and household should be without it." This unparalleled Ointment may be obtained through all chemists and country stores; in pots, ls., ls. 9d., and Ss. 6d., each. Prepared and patented by Dr. W. MOORE, formerly 131, now at '241 Elizabeth-street, near Bathurst-street. P.S.-Dr. MOORE will be from borne on Wednesday evening and all Thursday. A HOLLAND, XTU PRACTICAL BI...

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THE TASMANIAN IRON FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

THE TASMANIAN IRON FIELDS. THE iron resources of Tasmania promise ' within the next few years to add very largely to the wealth of the country. There are now two iron mining companies at work, and within a very few months we hope to report both as successfully manufacturing and exporting metal. The principal iron bearing lands of the colony seem to be on the northern side of the island, although it is said that in the south valuable iron ore has been found. On the north side the iron country seems to stretch in a belt from north-west to south east, commencing io the neighbourhood of the River Blyth and con- tinuing with more or less distinctness over to Swansea on the North-east Coast. The deposits are very various, both in character and extent. At the Blyth the iron is said to rise in high cliffs of a dense grey hematite, and to jut out from the hill sides in enor- mous blocks. Further south, at the River Leven, the same ore is found, but in less extensive deposits. Towards Penguin...

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NEWCASTLE HARBOUR AND STOCKTON, LOOKING NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

NEWCASTLE HARBOUR AND STOCK- TON, LOOKING NORTH. I NEWCASTLE, since its first discovery, has played its part under many names. The river-at the mouth of which it is situated -was discovered in the time of, and named after, Governor Hunter, and for many years the whole district was known by that name, or. by that of Coal River, coal being found and brought into use as early as May, 1796. In April, 1804, the present city of Newcastle -or, as it was also called, Kingstown-was founded, and since that period it has rapidly advanced in prosperity and importance, until, at the present time, its shipping trade is greater perhaps than any other port in Aus- tralia. Its harbour is of rather dangerous access when southerly or south-easterly gales prevail, and is exceedingly so when this kind of weather operates in conjunction with an ebb tide. The entrance is a little embayed between two headlands known as Morna Point and Norah Head. At the mouth of the river, and in the fairway of vessels, st...

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Review. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

acineta. WE have before us the first number of a new weekly paper, entitled The Grilic, which emanates from the printing office of Mr. John Ferguson, 426 George-street, Syd- ney. The leader on the first page, and the prospectus on the last, afford a very clear idea of the nature of the enterprise, and the intentions of its projectors. The journal consists of sixteen pages, twelve of which are to contain original reading matter comprising leading articles on social and political subjects, reviews, poetry, scientific articles and art criticism, notices of amuse- ment, news of the world and of the week, a serial tale, and humourous and satirical paragraphs in prose and verse. With such variety, it can scarcely fail to please a very large section of our mixed population, and, if only sustained in the spirit with which it has been commenced, we see no reason why this new aspirant for public favour should not take a firm and lasting position. The best advice we can tender is, for readers ...

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FEMALE REGISTRY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

FEMALE REGISTRY REPORT. MRS. L. STEPHENSON, of Bridge-street, Sydney, reports :-The demand for all classes of female servants is not so great as was stated in the last report. The demand for governesses is slightly improved, and, for ladies' maids, few enquiries. The salaries for governesses are from 40 to 80 guineas ; for ladies' maids, 25 to 35 guineas. Parlour maids' wages are from £30 to £36 10s. ; house and parlour maids, £28 to £35 ; housemaids, from £20 to £26 ; female cooks, from £30 to £52 ; cooks and laundresses, from £30 to £40; laundresses, from £31 to £41 ; nurses, £27 to £35 ; nursemaids, from £15 10s. to £26 ; general servants, from £26 to £39 ; pantry and kitchen maids, from £20 to £27 ; scul- lery maids, from £16 to £26 ; young girls, from fourteen to seventeen years of age, can easily obtain situations at 8s. per week. Orders for married couples, housekeepers, butlers, footmen, coachmen, generally useful lads, and clerks for stations, are easily executed, being wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

THE GOURLAY FAMILY ENTERTAINMENTS. ANOTHER CHARMING NOVELTY has been added to Mrs. GOURLAY'S already extensive and varied collection of exhibits, THE HAWTHORN TREE, in full blossom, with birds singing and hopping among the branches, drinking at fountain, fte. View of REMBRIDGE, ISLE OF WIGHT, in the distance, painted by W. J. Wilson. No extra charge to witness this beautiful piece of Mechanical Ingenuity. The moving MODEL SHIPS are still the admiration of old and young. THE ALLIGATOR MUSEUM ia still open, and excites wonder and surprise. NEW LIFE-SIZE WAX FIGURES. Admission to all the various attractions ls., including the evening CONCERT and ENTERTAINMENT. N.B.-The Mummy Room is kept select ; visitors in possession of descriptive catalogues only admitted. All who have witnessed this singular specimen of embalmed humanity will understand the necessity of this rule being adopted. Some thousands of catalogues are now in circulation which are available to adults at any time. Open daily...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

nrjR WHEELER & WILSON'S LOCKSTITCH U FROM £7 SB HAND SEWING MACHINES IN GREAT VARIETY FROM £3. Every, description of Sewing Machines on easy terms of payment. Circulars, post free. TURNER & WOOD, Sewing Machine Importers, S^George-street, Sydney. N.B.-Agents wanted._ CALLAGHAN AND SON, 1 MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS of BOOTS AND SHnvs, 397 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS IN SYDNEY, AND 15 IN AUSTRALIA. W. D. EAMES, . Chemist and Druggist, APOTHECARIES' HALL, 14 South Head Road. Branch Establishment, Paddington. Importer of Pure Drugs. Chemicals, and Pharma- ceutical Preparations. Prescriptions and Family Recipes carefully dispensed. Sole Proprietor of the celebrated compound Antihilions Pills, FATHER WOLFREYS WORM POWDERS, and the Pectoral Syrup of Horehound and Coltsfoot. Perfumery, Brushware. Combs, &c, &c. Canary and other Seeds. Genuine Homoeopathic Medicines. Country orders executed with despatch, on the most reasonable terms. BY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

New Spring Goods. Ex CARISBROOK CASTLE, SILVER EAGLE, and CENTURION. PEAPES and SHAW respectfully invite in- spection of their NEW GOODS for the SPRING .8 follows : GENTLEMEN'S WHITE SHIRTS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. PLAIN PLAITED AND FULL DRESS WHITE SHIRTS, with SEVEN and NINE PLAITS, FORTY SHILLINGS THE HALF DOZEN Ditto, ditto, 42s., 55s., and 50s., thc half dozen WHITE SHIRTS, with plain military fronts, FORTY SHILLINGS THE HALF-DOZEN Very lino quality ditto, FIFTY SHILLINGS THE HALF-DOZEN GENTLEMEN'S FRENCH PRINTED CAM- BRIC REGATTA SHIRTS, with two collars to each shirt, FIFTY SHILLINGS THE HALF-DOZEN THE NEW OXFORD TWILL and OXFORD MATFLAX SHIRTS, FIFTY AND SIXTY SHILLINGS THE HALF-DOZEN (exclu- sivo patterns) Ladies' and Gentlemen's UMBRELLAS and SUNSHADES first-class value, in eight, ten, twelve, and six- teen ribs, paragon frames, and twill silks. GENTLEMEN'S WALKING STICKS aud CANES, all natural sticks, without artificial ?larkings. NEW SCARFS, Now Ties, Now Bows, New Braces. I...

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COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 27 September 1873

COAL. THE export of coal for the week ending September 19th is 24,527 toils-of which 4515 were shipped to Sydney, 4596 to Melbourne, 467 to Geelong, 1478 to Wallaroo, 2811 to New Zealand, 295 to Hobart Town, 410 to the Clarence River, 294 to Maryborough, 950 to Caloiitta, 3140 to San Francisco, 3987 to China, 353 for steamers, and 1231 for home consumption; also 104 tons coke per A.A.C0., and 9 tons per Co-operative Co., to Sydney. The quantities exported from the respective mines were as under :-A. A. Go., 3858 tons ; Wallsend, 5040 tons ; Lambton, 4651 tons; Waratah, 4545 tons; Co-operative Co., 2608 tona; J New Lambton, 3825 tons.

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